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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

NAE - Fall 2014 ­Newsletter

Fall 2014 ­Newsletter

Americans & the Bible
By Roy Peterson, President of American Bible Society

Americans need God’s Word just as much as they ever have; yet research shows they are reading Scripture less. Just like so many in the Church, we long to see a renewal of Scripture engagement in America. Four years ago, American Bible Society embarked on an annual survey of American adults to gauge their beliefs about the Bible, their knowledge of Scripture and their time spent in God’s Word.  (read more)

The Good News for Everyone
Ending Bible Poverty for Unreached Peoples
By Bob Creson, President & CEO of Wycliffe Bible Translators USA

Those who speak English have access to hundreds of Bible translations. Choosing one, or several, can be overwhelming. But many people around the world don’t have even one Bible translation in the language they speak every day. Around 1,900 unreached people groups are currently waiting for translation to begin – many of these spoken languages have yet to be written.  (read more)

Very Old Always New
By Leith Anderson, NAE President

Downtown Washington in the meeting room of one of America’s most famous foundations. The organization is secular by anybody’s definition. One of the attendees started talking about a very old Bible story – about Joseph in the book of Genesis. When the story started with Joseph I didn’t know for sure which Joseph was being talked about. I asked, “Do you mean the Joseph in the Bible?”  (read more)

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